Re: Warping, window focus

Gerard McGlew (Gerard.McGlew@netmodule.com)
Wed, 05 Jul 2000 18:14:45 +0200


Thanks,

That worked.  Now I just need to figure out how to stop pointer warping.

Gerard

At 18:50 03.07.00 +1000, you wrote:
>Hi,
>I don't know about the warping bit, but here is how you can make the frame
>of a window move when you right click or come to top if you left click
>without dragging.
>
>open up your feel file and do the following:
>
>in the function area add something like this-
>Function "Frame-Buttons"
>        Resize          "Motion"
>        RaiseLower      "Click"
>        Iconify         "DoubleClick" 0 1
>EndFunction
>
>this means that it'll resize if you click and drag, and Raise/Lower if you
>click, and also iconify if you double click
>
>After this go down to the place where you assign functions/buttons to the
>frame/window
>
>Add this to assign it to mouse 1, you could also do 2 or 3 as well
>Mouse 1         FS      A       Function "Frame-Buttons"
>
>all this does is when mouse1 is pressed on the frame or bottom bar with
>any modifier key it calls the function Frame-Buttons which we just
>created.
>
>Mouse 3 should also be set to move like this:
>Mouse 3         FS      A       Move
>
>This should do it (hopefully)
>
>Hope all this helps, post another message if it doesn't make any sense,
>Daniel Rigos
>-vipa
>
>
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